Keto Salted Caramel – Only 15 minutes!

AuthorC.A. GreysonCategoryDifficultyBeginner
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time2 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time17 mins
 ¼ cup (56g) Grass-fed salted butter
 ¼ cup Allulose or your favorite finely ground granulated sugar. Not caster sugar(powdered) just a more fine texture.
 ½ cup Heavy Cream
 ½ tsp Kosher Salt (or to taste)
 1 tsp Blackstrap molasses (or you can sub with vanilla extract and 2 tsp of brown sugar substitute)
1

Heat the butter over medium-low heat allowing it to simmer and stir it occasionally. Allow it to brown (but not burn!), this should take around 5 minutes. Add in the sweetener, heavy cream, and salt.

2

Pour in the molasses and stir until it is just combined. You can use vanilla extract here instead if you don't like the punch of molasses.

3

Turn down to a simmer, make sure it is at a low heat or your caramel can split. Resist the urge to stir, just let the caramel sit and relax for 15 minutes. Once it's thickened, season to taste and it is ready to go. Your caramel should be thick, but you should be able to pour it.

4

I like my caramel a little on the salty side to counter-balance the sweet, but if you aren't a fan you can use unsalted butter instead.

5

Now go, rejoice and drizzle everything with glorious salted caramel. Ice cream, cake, pie, tarts, straight from the jar─ make the day lovely with just a little extra sweetness.

xoxo
- Grey

Ingredients

 ¼ cup (56g) Grass-fed salted butter
 ¼ cup Allulose or your favorite finely ground granulated sugar. Not caster sugar(powdered) just a more fine texture.
 ½ cup Heavy Cream
 ½ tsp Kosher Salt (or to taste)
 1 tsp Blackstrap molasses (or you can sub with vanilla extract and 2 tsp of brown sugar substitute)

Directions

1

Heat the butter over medium-low heat allowing it to simmer and stir it occasionally. Allow it to brown (but not burn!), this should take around 5 minutes. Add in the sweetener, heavy cream, and salt.

2

Pour in the molasses and stir until it is just combined. You can use vanilla extract here instead if you don't like the punch of molasses.

3

Turn down to a simmer, make sure it is at a low heat or your caramel can split. Resist the urge to stir, just let the caramel sit and relax for 15 minutes. Once it's thickened, season to taste and it is ready to go. Your caramel should be thick, but you should be able to pour it.

4

I like my caramel a little on the salty side to counter-balance the sweet, but if you aren't a fan you can use unsalted butter instead.

5

Now go, rejoice and drizzle everything with glorious salted caramel. Ice cream, cake, pie, tarts, straight from the jar─ make the day lovely with just a little extra sweetness.

xoxo
- Grey

Keto Salted Caramel – Only 15 minutes!

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